Our program focus is to create adult experiences that older students will move into after graduation. It provides a supportive setting to assess and meet the challenges that the students and families may encounter. The emphasis is on making activities real and meaningful as well as implementing other supports in preparation for the time when educational entitlement programs end in June of the students’ 21st year. The Transition Program assists parents and students to explore and develop a variety of options in preparation for this time.
Life Skills support services include speech and language therapy, vocational/community training, behavioral consultation, autism consultation, supported inclusion, physical therapy, occupational therapy, and nursing consultation services.